[Numpy-discussion] fast putmask implementation

Travis Oliphant oliphant.travis at ieee.org
Sat Aug 18 03:51:50 EDT 2007

> Not any more! See the revised PEP 007, 
> http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0007/
>      In Python 3000 (and in the 2.x series, in new source files),
>      we'll switch to a different indentation style: 4 spaces per indent,
>      all spaces (no tabs in any file).  The rest will remain the same.
> I would love to see this as the standard in numpy as well.  Then files 
> obey WYSIWYG regardless of editor.  (Except for unicode woes, but that 
> is another topic.)

I'm fine with this.  Some information on how to make sure emacs (and 
other editors) does this would be helpful.


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